Don’t have a social media policy? So essentially, anyone in the organization can say and do whatever they want? It’s time for some guidelines! While social media is about free and open conversations online, your organization still needs to have some thoughts to paper on how to manage the online sphere. How do you distinguish between personal and professional personas online? What things are appropriate and what isn’t? What about privacy concerns? Join this session to learn more about what your organization can do to make social media work for you. Attendees Will Walk Away With: • Knowledge of the types of social media issues requiring policies • Templates on writing your own social media policy for your organization • Tips on implementing the policies effectively Kirstin Beardsley Kirstin joined CanadaHelps in 2006. Prior to joining the team at CanadaHelps, Kirstin worked in other projects and programs in the non-profit/voluntary sector including Vartana, Developing Human Resources in the Voluntary Sector-HRVS (precursor to the HR Council) and Community Foundations of Canada. She has volunteered for a number of non-profit organizations including women’s shelters, a small credit union and a crisis line.